Coyote Roadhouse is located on the north end of Kangaroo Lake in Door County Wisconsin. We offer one of those everybody-knows-your-name atmospheres. Friendly service and tasty twists on traditional fare will win you over inside.
The bar, with mostly padded stools, runs much of the narrow length. Boards and chicken wire separate wood tables along the outside wall “booths.” A few larger tables at one end give a view of the deck and lake.
We offer over 30 different bottled beer and about 10 on tap, from Guinness to Fat Tire, and a martini is not an unusual order here. If you like onion rings, check out our “heaping loaf” of thin, delicately french fried strands that practically melt in your mouth.
The Coyote Roadhouse 3026 County E Baileys Harbor, WI 54202
Backroads of Door County lead to surprises, solitude
….it’s a short hop up to Egg Harbor before heading east across the peninsula on County E. A good place to recharge with a drink or a meal is Coyote Roadhouse (3026 County E, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-9192; www.coyote-roadhouse.com), which sits along Kangaroo Lake, so named because someone once thought its shape resembled a ‘roo.
In winter, the tavern draws mostly locals, including ice fishermen from the lake. In warmer months, people launch their canoes and kayaks just steps from the outdoor deck.
“It’s launch, then lunch,” noted owner Carrie Graybill, a Palatine native whose family bought the place 16 years ago. The moderately priced menu includes everything from burgers to salads to steak. Patrons who stop in on Tuesday won’t want to miss the homemade turkey pot pie.
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